If you are wondering how to make a terrarium then this post will help you. Maybe you have no outdoor space but the idea of a low maintenance garden such as a terrarium really takes your fancy. You can recycle items such as old coffee pots and jars and transform them into these wonderful little mini worlds. In fact, some people take it to the next level by turning their coffee table into a terrarium!
All you need is some creativity and items such as air plants, soil and pebbles. Even if you just want to make a cute wedding centerpiece or an interesting feature for your desk – take inspiration from this list.
An old bowl has been transformed into this beautiful oasis with the use of little figurines, soil and pebbles.
2. Fairy Garden
Use a clear bowl to make this enchanting garden and add the figurines you would like.
Capture the delicacy of the orchid by making a mini world to mirror it.
We have included this video tutorial from giddyupworkshop to show you how to make your own Terrarium.
4. Wine Glass Terrarium
You can even turn a wine glass into a terrarium such as this idea.
5. Upcycled Lantern
For an interesting space, use an old lantern to create your terrarium.
7. Mini Landscape
8. Side Table Terrarium
This project requires the use of plexiglass and requires a great level of skill to make but it is truly impressive if you are willing to put in the work required. As this is a closed terrarium
you are probably better off opting for faux succulents – then you don’t have to worry about any maintenance.
9. Quirky Coffee Table
Very similar to the side table ideas – this coffee table can be made using old dollars and forming into a box shape. Layer from the bottom using soil and fill with succulents you want.
10. Water Works
The ‘water’ in this terrarium is created with resin and resin dye.
12. Succulent Selection
Having a selection of different succulents will provide color and interest.
This Indoor succulent terrarium was made for under $15!
15.Terrarium in a jar
Love the little scene inside – you could even use your child’s old toy car.
The sweetest little terrarium which also make an adorable wedding gift.